HSE cyberattackers tough to identify and even harder to catch

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“They rent out their services too, and will take a profit of proceeds,” said James Sullivan, director of cyberresearch at the Royal United Services Institute (Rusi) in London. “This type of breach is by professional cybercrime gangs. They will work nine-to-five like people in regular jobs, and they have roles and responsibilities much like you would have in a regular business: team leader, network administrators, coders, data miners and money specialists, because they have to launder money,” he told The Irish Times.